The second goal of the evening for La Albiceleste had the skinny winger finding the back of the net after a massive fast break.

France and Argentina prepared the world for a landslide of milestones prior to the match, and while most of those were related to the antics of Lionel Messi, one of his teammates was able to help La Albiceleste with a precise goal.

The man in question is none other than Angel Di María, who scored Argentina's second goal following a loose ball in midfield which was transformed into a counter-attack by Lionel Messi and Alexis Mac Allister, who assisted "El Fideo" for the follow up on Messi's penalty.

This goal marked one more record for Argentina, as this team has become the first one in La Albiceleste's history to score at least two goals in six straight FIFA World Cup matches. They scored two against Mexico and went on to bag two more against Poland. Once in the KO stage, Argentina found the back of the net twice against Australia, two more times against the Netherlands, and three times against Croatia. That brings La Albiceleste's total to fourteen goals.

Have a look at Di María's worldie finish that sent Argentina fans into a frenzy (Image might be geo-restricted).